Chateau d'Urbilhac

Address: Rte. de Vernoux, Lamastre, Ardeche, Rhône-Alpes, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Rte. de Vernoux, Lamastre.
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    Travel Blogs from Lamastre

    Day seven, Tournon and Viviers

    A travel blog entry by hcason on Jul 25, 2015

    94 photos

    ... Viviers, a very small medieval town with a Basilica built on top of an escarpment overlooking the town. The streets were very narrow and only wide enough for one car at a time. There are apparently lots of cats, although we only saw one, it must have been too hot for them. Once at the top of the viewing area on the escarpment you can see for a long way off and the foot hills of the Alps are in the ...

    Tournon

    A travel blog entry by mike_nikki on Jul 25, 2015

    7 photos

    We arrived in Tournon after a night time cruise. Another quaint little town! We boarded a steam train for a trip up a mountain ( big hill really!)' , interesting guide talking about how they kept the German soldiers at bay up there, saw the train engine turn around, then headed back down the tracks.
    we did a lovely walk around the town, only one Main Street before climbing to the terrace of the Chateau de Tournon for a lovely aperitif on the ...

    Huckleberry Finn

    A travel blog entry by rakuscek on Jun 21, 2015

    2 photos

    life on the river, with the mountains in the background, very picturesque. We really enjoyed this area. Lovely little villages with medieval abbeys, churches, and old traditional style markets. Kids enjoyed the playground and pool at the campsite, but also the river, ...

    Paris Day 2

    A travel blog entry by abigailturner on May 23, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... Without any machines and limited tool access, mostly just strength and man power. We waited inline for what seemed like a million and five years and then we were finally in. I cannot even describe into worlds how freakin enormously large this place was. Like it doesn't even make sense why this building is so big. Why would the King of France need such an immensely large house?? It even had a basement!! Each room had a room, and in that room ...

    Viviers a medieval highlight

    A travel blog entry by maggik on May 09, 2015

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    ... stricken. In stepped our guide, told him to relax, think like a local and take us to the bar and buy us a wine! So we spent a very pleasant hour in the garden of the local, not at all concerned about the boat delay! Another impromptu happening which was a treat! Finally back on board and over the loud speakers a huge burst of music to announce that the river had slowed enough to allow us to sail, hurray we are finally on a river ...